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Honda Motor Co., Ltd. 2009

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All infonnatiol1 in this publication is based 011 the lat available at the time of approval for printing. Honda M right to make changes at any time without notice a obligation. No part of this publk.atioll may be reproduced without wr

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Pleasant riding, and tha

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These signal words mean:

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COOLANT FUEL ENGINE OIL TUBELESS TYRES

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THRO'lTLE OPEl~ATION FRONT AND IlEAR SUSPENSION INSPECn 0 N SIDE STAND Bl~AKE PAD WEAR

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injuries. So always wear an approved mot.orcycle helme1. and make sure your passenger does the same. We also recommend that you wear eye protection, sturdy boots, gloves, and other protective gear (page 2 ).

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Not wearin chance of crash.

Be sure always we and other ride. 2

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Shoes should be close-fitting, have low heels and 4

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manual.

The following pages give more specific information on loading, accessories and modifications.

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at reduced speeds whenever carrying cargo,

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manual regarding accessories and modifications.

your ridin operating a

• Be sure e exceed th capacity (p cause a los 8

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Horn button Turn signal switch

Front box

Ignition switch Shutter

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Passenger footpeg

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Side stand Centcr stand

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(MIL) (8) Alarm indicator (WW125S only) (9) High beam indicator (10) STAND BY indicator

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when the ignition swit I[ it comes OIl at any o

take the scooter to yo

possible.

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(1)

Tripmeter

(1) Odometer/Tripmeter/Fuel gauge display 18

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(2) Mode swit

(1) Fuel gauge

(2) Segment F (:1) Segment E

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For normal braking, apply both the front and rear brake lever to match your road speed, For maximum braking, close the throttle and firmly apply the front and rear brake lever.

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Front Brake Fluid Level: WIth the scooter

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an upright position,

check the fluid level. It should be above the LOWER level mark (1). If the level is at or below the LOWER level mark, check the brake pads for wear (page 105 ).

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Other Checks: Niake sure there are no fluid leaks. Check for deterioration or cracks in the hoses and fittings.

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(1)

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(1) Rear brake

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(3)

(2) Hear brake adjusting nUL G~)

Brake ann pin

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(A) Decrease freeplay (B) Increase freepJay

wear that cou Lubricate (2) Rear brake adjusLing nut (3) Brake ann pin (4) Brake ann

After adjustment, confirm the freeplay of the brake lever.

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commercially prevent prem Make sure fasteners are

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If the reserve tank is empty, or if coolant loss is excessive, check for leaks and see your Honda dealer for repair.

(1) Reserve ta

(2) LOWEH le (3) Clip

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Petrol is highly flammable and explosive. You can be burned or seriously injured when handling fuel. • Stop the engine and keep heat, sparks, and flarne away. • Refuel only outdoors. • Wipe up spills immediately.

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(1) Fuel1id

(2) Fuel fill ca G~) Level plat (4) Arrow ma

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dipstick. The oil level should be between the upper and lower marks on the oil filler cap/dipstick. 4. If required, add the specified oil (see page 93 ) up to the upper level mark. Do

not overfill. (1) Upper level

(2) Lower level c:)) Oil filler cap

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or improperly inflated can cause a crash in which you can be seriously hurt or killed. Follow all instructions in this owner's manual regarding tyre inflation and maintenance.

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might be low. Tubeless ty ability if the because leak should look c

a lyre is nol fu

Driver only

Front

Driver and

Front

Olle passenger

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Rear

200 (2.00 , 29) 225 (2.25, 33)

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Always use the size and type of tyres recommended in this owner's manual.

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SEAT FUEL

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Fuel lid and seal opener switch can be op Engine and lights cannot be operated. Engine can be operated. The brakelight, meter light, turn sign horn can be operated. The headlight and taillight operate onl the enginc is running.

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Close the fuel lid until it locks. Make sure the fuel lid is secure before riding,

(1) Fue11id an

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(1)

Ignition ke

(2) "SEAT FU (3) "SEAT"

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(1)

Start button

(2) Idling Stop

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(1) Headlight (2) Horn buUo

(3) Turn signa

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(1)

(1) Ignition sw (2) Ignition ke

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Before riding, make sure that the rear brake is fully released so there is no drag on the rear wheel. (1) (1)

Hem' bnlke

(2) Brake lock

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(l) Ignition key

(2) Projection

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(3) (4)

Shutter key Slot

(5) Knob

alarm syst.em detects a substantial change in the scooter posture.

After 60 seconds alarm sounds, the antitheft alarm system will reset in that posture. Use the remote transmitter or mode switch to set the anti-theft alarm system. To activate or deactivate the anti-theft alarm syst.em, sec page

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The remote transmitter uses low-intensity radio waves, so the operating range can be wider or narrower according to the circumstances. If the ignition swit.ch is left OFF for more than 10 days, the anti-theft alarm system will no longer operate. To reset the system,

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Mode switc

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• Avoid damage to the remot.e tTansmitter body by using a protective cloth . • Place the battery properly with the

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(2) Slit

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You can change the Idling Stop system mode by switching the Idling Stop switch (3) (page 51). (1) Throttle

(2) STAND BY (3) Idling Stop

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I~ide the scooter at speed above 10 km/h (6 mph), to enable the Idling Stop system under above conditions.

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indicator off, see starting procedure (page 64 ) for standard engine starting.

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(1)

(1) Ignition key

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indicator lamp (MIL) lights.

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STAND BY indicator flashes but en 'inc does not staIt"Jlerfo

Sm"tOm-"'!Possl e cause

"l~ngine

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start even open

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(reaifj

Check tfie batt

baUery or battery

battery is weak,

Low

(01'

lead is loose,

Helmet holder (2) Helmet wire

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on D-ring

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other articles which are flammable or susceptible to heat damage in this compartment. Do not direct water under pressure against the center compartment as water will be farced into the compartment.

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(I) Document (2) Document

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(2)

lhe front box. When washing your scooter be careful not to flood this area with waler.

(1) Front box (2) Knob

(3) Box lid

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(1) Screw

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Always perform a pre-ride inspection before every ride and correct any problems.

7. Lights and turn signals properly.

8. Side stand for proper f

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and then insp Refer to the UNEXPECrE

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can cause you to be hurt. Make sure the rear wheel is locked when the scooter is on its center stand.

'fhe electric starter will only work when the rear brake lever is squeezed and the side stand is up.

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Rear brake (2) Brake lock

(1)

(3) Ignition switch

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(4) Start button

(5) Idling Stop

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moving the scooter off the center stand or loss of control may result. Make sure flammable materials such as (hy grass or leaves do not. come in contact with the exhaust system when riding, idling, or parking your scooter.

(1) (1) Rear brake (2) Brake lock

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(1)

(1)

Hear brake lever

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(3) Throttle

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(4) Front and r

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Throttle

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(3) Throttle

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(4) Front and rear brakes

(3) Throttle

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(tJ) Front and rear brakes

(5) STAND BY

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battery. See your Honda dealer for checlting the battery as specified in the maintenance

schedule (page 86 ).

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NAME:

ADDRESS:. _ _ _.

(1) Ignition ke

PI-lONE NO: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 80

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require morc frequent service than specified in the Maintenance Schedule. Consult your Honda dealer for recommendations applicable to your

individual needs and use.

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precautions follow. However, we cannot warn you of every conceivable hazard that can arise in performing maintenance. Only you call decide whether or not you' should

perform a given task.

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and make sure you have the tools and

maintain and

skills required.

• To help prevent the scooter from falling over, park it on a finn, level surface, using the center stand to provide support.

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To ensure t use only new equivalents f

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(1) Frame number

(2) Engine num

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(2)

(1) Key

(2) Key number plate

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element specified [or your model. Using the wrong Honda air cleaner element or a non-Honda air cleaner element which is not of equivalent quality may cause premature engine wear or performance problems. 5. Install the removed parts in the reverse

order of removal.

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(1) (2) (3) (4)

Air cleane Screws Air cleane Air deane

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(1) Crankcase

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castor based Suggested Oil ----------------~

HONDA "4-STROKE GASOLINE ENGINE OIL" or equivalent.

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(1) Code num

of the oil

(2) Oil classifi

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ground or down a drain. Used engine oil may cause skin cancer if repeatedly left in contact with the skin for prolonged periods. Although this is unlikely unless you handle used oil OIl a daily basis, it is still advisable to thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water as soon as possible after handliog used oil.

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(1) Oil strainer screen cap (2) Spring

(3) Oil strainer screen (4) O-ring

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mimltes.

11. 2 -:1 minutes after stopping the engine, check that the oil level is at the upper level mark on the oil filler capl dipstick with t.he scooter upright. on finn, level ground. Make sure there are no oil leaks. If a torque wrench is not used for this

installation, see your Honda dealer as soon as possible t.o verify proper assembly. 98

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(1) Plug mainte (2) Screw

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Spark plug cap

(4) Spark plug

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An improperly tightened spark plug can damage the engine. If a plug is too loose, a piston may be damaged. If a plug is too tight,

the threads may be damaged. 9. Reinstall the spark plug cap. Take care to avoid pinching any cables or wires.

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down. If the side stand system does not operate as

described, see your Honda dealer for service. (1)

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(1) Arrow

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system will remain off when the battery is reconnected.

(1) Battery co (2) Clip

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(3) Battery ho

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(1) Fuse box (2) Fuse box c

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(1) Rubber du (2) Socket

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(1) Socket (2) Bulb

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(2)

(1) Screws

(2) Rear cover (3) Prongs

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(4) Socket (5) Bulb

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(1) Socket (2) Bulb

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(1) Turn signa (2) Screws

(3) Hook

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(1) Screws (2) License li (3)

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Bulb

pressure water spray (typical in coinoperated car washes).

INOTICE I High pressure water (or air) can damage cerlain parts of the scooter.

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The inside clouded im scooter. Mo headlight le lighting the engine while

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method. Spray the inside of the tank with

an aerosol rust-inhibiting oil. Heinstallthc fuel fill cap on the tank.

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distribute the oil. • I,einstallthe spark plug and spark plug cap.

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handlebar, control levers, brakes, and wheels.

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• If your e stalling, properly, engine. H soon as po

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